Ariel R. Frank

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'We Were Tested On'

In January 1996, while first-years were facing their first reading period doldrums and an unusually blustery winter, the staff of

The Game Keeps Them Coming Back Every Year

Things have changed since 1923, when Harold B. Sedgwick '30 attended his first Harvard-Yale game. Back then, Harvard was still

HMS Grad To Run On-Line University

Want a full scholarship? A degree in New-Age Studies? You could transfer to the International University of Advanced Studies, an

Hughes' Show Not for the Stodgy

Sprawling cat-like on top of a podium in Emerson Hall last night, performance artist Holly Hughes described for more than

Masten Denied Tenure in English

President Neil L. Rudenstine last week denied tenure to Jeffrey A. Masten, the only junior faculty member in the last

Harvard Mulls Including Transgendersim in Non-Discrimination Policy

As Harvard administrators contemplate changing the University's non-discrimination policy, national transgender activists say Harvard is at the forefront of a

'Ex-Gay' Movement Draws Criticism, Mixed Support on Harvard Campus

About 100 people filled a courtroom at Harvard Law School recently, as Michael D. Johnston, a "former homosexual" who has

Faculty Quiet at First Meeting

Yesterday's Faculty meeting, the first one of the year, had the feel of a sleepy Friday afternoon class. Although the

'Transgender' Activist Speaks

A national "transgender" activist last night told a group of 12 undergraduates, graduate students and alumni that traditional gender categories

Homosexuals Urged to Find 'Natural' Identity

Addressing a full courtroom at the Law School on Friday, a panel including two self-described "former homosexuals" urged gays and

College Counseling Service Helps Gays

Andre K. Sulmers '98-'99, co-chair of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgendered and Supporters Alliance (BGLTSA) said choosing which college to attend

Fraternity Had Planned Alcohol Ban Before Student's Death

Shortly before an MIT Phi Gamma Delta pledge died of alcohol poisoning, members of the chapter were warned that alcohol

College Plans Anniversary Celebration

The College's Celebration of Women at Harvard, a commemoration of the 25-year anniversary of women living in the Yard, promises

Ec. Department Changes Honors Requirements

The economics department has recently changed the way GPAs for honors are calculated for the College's largest concentration. The policy--effective

Extra! Harvard Sends Students' Kudos to Hometown Papers

Boasting about their offspring's achievements just got easier for proud Harvard parents. Beginning this year, undergraduates can authorize the Harvard